It took me two hours in line to get to the second level, than an hour on the second level to get to the top... I got home late - since dinner was at 8 and I got to the top at 7:30 I decided to stay for the sunset and then get down in time for the light show... Which I watched twice... Bot at 11 p.m. and Midnight... Well if I am going to be late for dinner might as well be late in style and get home at 1! :wink: Just wish my girlfriend had been with me for this... Oh well. Needless to say if you go to the top, bring a water bottle with you and a bottle of Champagne (when in Rome) both can be bought on top but a glass of Champagne is 10 to 15 Euros and water bottles are 3 Euros a piece fo rthe smallest water bottle you ever seen... I am sorry but my photography can't do justice to the view, just that a wide angle is a must so is a zoom and a fast prime. Just a few I converted last night before bed. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) View attachment 219502 View attachment 219503 View attachment 219504 View attachment 219505 View attachment 219506 View attachment 219507 View attachment 219508 View attachment 219509 View attachment 219510 The Eiffel tower caught the The Smurfs' disease... it is blue, they are bathing it in blue light... View attachment 219511 View attachment 219512 View attachment 219514 View attachment 219515 View attachment 219516 The lenses I used were the 14-24/2.8, 24-70/2.8, 70-200/2.8, 50/1.4 and 28/1.4 more to come but that's it for now.